The classification of the articles for publication will proceed in two stages.
- Preliminary selection of the proposed presentations will be carried out by the organizers on the basis of the given titles and abstracts of the articles (150-200 words), registered in the electronic conference system. Approval of the abstract will enable the participant to register the full text of the article in the system.
- The articles registered in the system will be forwarded for the double-blind peer review. The positive review is a necessary condition to release the work for publication.
The size of the article submitted to publication should not exceed 10 pages. The article must be prepared according to the template which is avalilable at downloads.
Submitted articles should be original, unpublished previously and not-submitted at the same time to other entity for publication or distribution in any other way. The authors should possess full copyright, and the work cannot contain any borrowings from other works that could result in liability of the publisher for the copyright infringement.
In the case of co-authorship of the article, the contact with organizers and the publisher corresponds to only one author selected from the group of co-authors.
Articles submitted to the conference will be published in the form of a reviewed collective works. Selected articles will be published in a scientific journal entitled „The Malopolska School of Economics in Tarnow Research Papers Collection”. The organizers reserve the right to choose a particular form of the article publication. Selection of works will be carried out on the basis of the Programme Council opinion as well as the reviewers. Author’s copies will be available at the conference.
We would like to remind you that the rules of ethics in scientific work oblige the authors to disclose information about the entities that contributed to the article (through contribution of knowledge, but also financial etc.). Similarly, assigning the article co-authorship to the persons whose participation in the creation of the article did not take place or was negligible is regarded as a manifestation of scientific misconduct.